Samsung hacked by Lapsus

Last week, a hacker group called LAPSUS had able to gain access to NVIDIA and was able to collect a large amount of data from the internal fileservers, including code signing certificates.


Now this week they also claim that they have hacked Samsung, and are providing a lot of claims/proof on what kind of data that they’ve gained access shared data to software such as Knox, Bixby they also announced that they leaked Qualcomm’s private R&D data.

Screenshot of some of the source code that was collected. 


And it seems like that the data has now been relased into the public (close to 200 GB of data)


Part 1 contains a copy of  source code and related data about Security/Defense/Knox/Bootloader/TrustedApps and various other items.

Part 2 contains a dump of source code and related data about device security and encryption-related stuff.

Part 3 contains various repositories from Samsung Github. Including Mobile defence engineering, Samsung account backend, Samsung pass backend/frontend, and SES (Bixby, Smartthings, store, etc)

This post will be updated when I have more information.

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